Nurit Peled-Elhanan: Is what she said okay?

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4 responses

  1. moshe dann says:

    Nurit and other idiots can say whatever they want, but the State of Israel does not have to pay for it. People who deliberately lie do not deserve to be employed by any legitimate acadmic institution, especially not those in democratic countries, like Israel.

  2. Michael Dar says:

    If we, as I have been suggesting for a long time already, a law which determines what constituted treason againt the country we would have spare ourselves a lot of problems. Many of our privileged “elites” (Judiciarey, army top brass, academia, politicians, subverting NGO’s etc. could easily fall under such a category of offenders. Giving support, assistance of any kind or form and comfort to our enemies are betraying the country and even more so in a time of war. Heads must roll!

  3. R Milson says:

    Since the campus protests started in the US and then migrated here to Canada, I have been fascinated by the Jewish anti-zionist component of these protests. It’s a perverse interest, I freely admit this. Sort of like taking off a bandage and staring at the wound underneath. My searches have finally led me to the Peled family — surely the princes and princesses of this movement and then to this blog post. Thanks for taking the time to keep this journal. I find the viewpoint valuable.

    In a strange way, these kinds of opinions and all of the anti-state activities carried on and funded by Israeli state funds are a testament to the strength and stability of Israeli society. Imagine that: Israeli taxpayers funding academics who advocate for the destruction of the country that is paying them. This sort of thing is fashionable here in Canada so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised to find similar goings on in Israel. Still trying to wrap my head around this “we are evil, death to us all” phenomenon.

    • Sheri Oz says:

      Glad you found me. I am also fascinated with this Jewish anti-Zionists at home and abroad. I hate to see them supported in any way by our taxes, and that includes certain members of the Knesset as well. I see it serving no purpose at all.

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